Opinion | Orisabiyi Williams Managing Editor | Liz Frank To build a united community, the community must be on the same page. Of course, we all have individual ideas, varied talents, and […]
“Without education, he lives within the narrow, dark and grimy walls of ignorance. Education, on the other hand, means emancipation. It means light and liberty. It means the uplifting of the soul of man into the glorious light of truth, the light by which men can only be made free. To deny education to any people is one of the greatest crimes against human nature. It is easy to deny them the means of freedom and the rightful pursuit of happiness and to defeat the very end of their being.” – Frederick Douglass
Do your homework on what you consume; it’s your body.
A seven-story office building named after the great B.C. Franklin, famed Tulsa attorney, who defended the survivors of the 1921 massacre.
In reality, thousands of people who followed the case were not happy about the verdict, and were crying after it was delivered because Terence Crutcher’s blood was shed on that September day when he was shot dead by a Tulsa Police Department officer.
After analyzing the roots of this word, it’s clear that we have failed as a city at reconciliation. At what point do we begin the hard work of genuine, working reconciliation?
Angels of light flew on chariots of steel through the night sky. They reached their unmelonated palms and abominable fingers into the heavens, grabbed a hand full of stars and angrily cast them in jealousy upon the joy filled descendants of Ibraham that dwelled in the District of Greenwood in the diaspora.
“God, if I have to spend the rest of my life in prison I just ask that you be here with me. I give you my walk and talk from here on out.”
2017 Oklahoma Democratic Party Convention: What it means to Democrats of Color and their allies By Dario Elizondo, Brandon Hardin, and Anonymous Editor in Chief | Nehemiah Frank Managing Editor | Liz […]
Many cities across the United States have implemented community policing to foster relationships between communities, especially minority communities, and the police.